Bill O'Reilly, Canada, Health care Benjamin Seghers
With the health care system so convoluted, I’m glad there’s at least one champion out there who can make things simple for us. Enjoy.
Yeah, I saw that and thought “Why would that change the average, idiot?” He could have pointed to our higher rates of automobile accident deaths (since we drive more miles per capita than any other country) and higher violent crime deaths lead to a lower average life expectancy — which has nothing to do at all with our health care system. When you factor out those, our life expectancy is better than most other countries. I would like to see a statistic like: assuming you live to be age 40, what is the average life expectancy? I thought I saw something like that once, but I might be wrong.
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